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Fine dining in a friendly atmosphere.

Named the Best Fine Dining Restaurant in Bend by Gusto Magazine (2007), Scanlon’s is located in the Athletic Club of Bend but is open to the public. The friendly atmosphere works for anything from a family dinner to a romantic night out. For business meetings and birthday parties, the Fireside Room can fit up to 32 people. There’s an outside patio and you can even get complementary childcare while eating.

The Blacksmith

The Blacksmith
"New ranch cuisine."

The Blacksmith is three establishments in one: a steak house, a lounge, and on weekends a dance club. Executive Chef Gavin McMichael creates new classics for the seasonally changing menu, such as lobster corndogs, “Not Your Mother’s Meatloaf,” and Northwest cheesesteak. He even coined a term for his style, “new ranch cuisine,” which he characterizes as American provincial. Bold and diverse tastes evoke the feel of the West. And The Blacksmith was recently recognized by Conde Nast Traveler as one of the “top 66 new restaurants in the world.”

Pine Tavern

Pine Tavern
A local favorite.

The Pine Tavern is both a favorite local landmark and restaurant. Diners love the warm hospitality and award-winning food of the cabin-like eatery, which was built in 1936 around a 250-year old ponderosa. Feast in the Riverside dining room or on the outdoor patio overlooking Mirror Pond. Or kick back in the full-service lounge with a microbrew or a Northwest wine. The Pine Tavern’s signature Northwest dinner menu is famous for its all-natural Oregon Country prime rib, flat-iron steak, sesame-ginger chicken bowls, and sourdough scones.

Ski School Spotlight: Night Skiing

Ski School Spotlight: Night Skiing
Meadows After Dark
The starry-eyed folks at Mt. Hood Meadows introduce Meadows After Dark night skiing and lessons

The sun’s going down, but you aren’t ready to rack your skis just yet. If you’re at Oregon's Mt. Hood Meadows, you’re in luck. This season, the resort introduces its Meadows After Dark night skiing program, illuminating 140 acres of runs five nights a week (Wednesday – Sunday) from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. With live music Saturdays and Sundays in January and February, you won’t have to leave the slopes to enjoy a rockin’ night out.

Anthony Lakes Ski Resort

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Dec 04, 2008

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